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Valentine’s day in North Myrtle Beach
Posted by SSM | Monday, January 20, 2020


Valentines day in North Myrtle Beach

Valentine's Day in North Myrtle Beach

While there are numerous occasions that warrant traveling to beautiful North Myrtle Beach, Valentines Day is one of the most popular times of year that friends and couples make the trip. Whether youre newly in love, looking to rekindle the flame that sparked years ago, or just wanting to get away with friends, there are plenty of things to do while youre here. Embrace the romance or enjoy time together at one of the places we recommend below.

In addition to the unique experience you select, many restaurants around town offer special Valentines dinner options at great prices. Make it a full day that includes a good meal, and celebrate a trip to remember at the beach this Valentines Day.

Horseback riding on the beach

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Horseback riding on the beach

You dont have to be a die-hard equestrian to appreciate the grace and beauty of a horse, and Inlet Point Plantation has just the services you need for a nice slow trot along the beach. They offer everything from group walks to exclusive private occasion rides and sunset trots. Pony rides also are available if you bring along some little ones.

Shag Dancing

Shag dance

Its no secret that North Myrtle Beach is the home of South Carolinas official state dance, and the best places to get your groove on can be found all across the city. Check out the nightclubs below to find the hottest Shag spots in North Myrtle Beach.

Fat Harolds Beach Club: https://www.fatharolds.com/
Spanish Galleon: http://www.spanishgalleonbeachclub.com/
OD Lounge: http://odarcade.com/

Wine tasting

Wine tasting

If youre looking for a low-key way to enjoy drinks in a unique environment, wine tasting is one Valentines Day adventure youll want to be sure to include in your itinerary. Some of the coasts most popular wineries are just a short drive from your vacation rental. Make it a date and enjoy the fresh air among the acres of vines as you listen to light music and taste the day away.

Duplin winery: https://www.duplinwinery.com/visit-us#north-myrtle
La Belle Amie Vineyard: https://labelleamie.com/

Spa Day

Spa

Every woman loves a few hours at the spa, but have you ever had a couples day full of sheer bliss? There is no better Valentines Day than one spent with the one you love getting massages and enjoying hours of self-care and relaxation.
Spa directory: https://www.explorenorthmyrtlebeach.com/play/spas-gyms/

Bowling

If you arent in the mood for a quiet or intimate date, bowling is a great way to throw it back and re-live your younger days and feelings of a first date! If you do want a few drinks while you play, 810 Bowling offers a full bar and all the fun and games you could imagine.

810 In North Myrtle Beach: https://www.810bowling.com/

Golfing

Regardless of its popularity among groups of friends as a competitive sport, golfing is an excellent idea for some one-on-one time with your significant other. In fact, we have excellent resources and complete golf vacation packages that you can customize as part of your romantic vacation for Valentines Day!
https://www.northmyrtlebeachvacations.com/north-myrtle-beach-golf-vacations

Mini Golf

If the idea of golfing for par across acres seems a bit intimidating, you can hit the mini-golf course for a little less golf and a lot more adventure. North Myrtle Beach has tons of mini-golf destinations to choose from, so find a convenient location and let the golf-loving kid in you run free.
https://www.northmyrtlebeachvacations.com/concierge/family-fun-mini-golf

Fine dining

Who doesnt love a reason to get dressed up and enjoy a formal dinner? While its certainly something you can do any time of year, Valentines Day is the perfect excuse to dress to the nines and strut around town together. Check out our list of fine dining restaurants, where youll find everything from seafood to steak to traditional American cuisine.
https://www.northmyrtlebeachvacations.com/concierge/restaurants-fine-dining

Nightlife

Once the day has ended and youve enjoyed an exceptional experience at one of our recommendations above, its time to experience some coastal nightlife. From comedy clubs to dance floors, weve got you covered if youre looking for a memorable night out.

https://www.northmyrtlebeachvacations.com/concierge/nightlife

Attractions

North Myrtle Beach is home to many different entertainment venues, and the shows and concerts in our city are truly without comparison. Visitors come from far and wide to see some of the coasts most talented performers, and Valentines Day is an excellent occasion to make the trip and catch a show.
https://www.northmyrtlebeachvacations.com/concierge/music-theatres-concerts

Cruises

If youve ever been on a cruise ship, you know how peaceful it is to enjoy a meal as you sail along the water. But enjoying the view doesnt have to take several days and thousands of dollars. Try a sunset or moonlight cruise along intracoastal waterways, or board a charter yacht for private, short cruises throughout the day!

Wallace Sailing Charters: https://www.wallacesailingcharters.com/Home
Enchanted Sailing Charters: http://enchantedsailingcharters.com/

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Places of Worship in the North Myrtle Beach Area
Posted by SSM | Wednesday, December 4, 2019


Places of Worship in the North Myrtle Beach Area

Places to worship in North Myrtle Beach

If you are a religious or spiritual person, theres no doubt that one of the most important things in your life is your connection to your church family and your time with God. For many of us, Sunday mornings are spent at a place of worship, praising God for our blessings and leaning on Him for guidance.

When you go on vacation, its expected that youll spend several days away from home. This can often include the Lords day. We know it may be difficult for you to have to spend a Sunday away from your home church, so we encourage you to check out one of the various places of worship below. Our list is full of options for different religious denominations.

Did you know Thomas Beach Vacations doesnt just rent single-family condos and homes? We also have large, multi-family properties that can house a group on vacation. It may be worth considering a retreat or getaway to North Myrtle Beach with some of your close friends and trusted church leaders. Please let us know if you are interested in a church gathering.

Barefoot Church

Non-denominational
http://www.barefootchurch.com/
701 Main St., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 280-1270
Sunday morning services: 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Ocean Drive Presbyterian Church

https://www.oceandrivechurch.org/
410 6th Ave. S., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-2312
Sunday morning services: 9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Trinity United Methodist Church

http://www.trinitynmb.com/
706 14th Ave. S., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 272-5236
Sunday morning services: 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church

https://www.ststephensnmb.com/
801 11th Ave. N., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-1169
Sunday morning services: 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.

Chapel by The Sea Baptist Church

http://www.thechapelbythesea.com/
1051 Sea Mountain Hwy., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-4733
Sunday morning service: 11 a.m.

Lakeside Baptist Church

https://www.lakesidebaptist.net/
615 11th Ave. N., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-2162
Sunday morning service: 11 a.m.

Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church

http://olssnmb.com/
1100 8th Ave. N., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-2356
Saturday services: 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Sunday services: 8 a.m., 10 a.m., 12 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. (Spanish)

King of Glory Lutheran Church

http://www.koglutheran.com/
805 11th Ave. N., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-3954
Sunday morning services: 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Today's Harvest Pentecostal Church

http://todaysharvestchurch.com/
1100 33rd Ave. S., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 272-5718
Sunday morning service: 10:30 a.m.

OD Church of the Lost and Found

https://www.odchurchnmb.com/
Non-denominational
316 Main St., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 273-4754
Sunday morning service: 9:15 a.m.

First Baptist Church

http://www.fbcnmb.com/
200 Highway 17 S., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-0399
Sunday morning services: 8:30 a.m., 9:45 a.m., and 11 a.m.

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How to Dress for Your Winter Beach Vacation
Posted by SSM | Tuesday, November 26, 2019


How to Dress forYour Winter Beach Vacation

Are you preparing for a winter trip to North Myrtle Beach? Often when you hear the words beach and vacation, its easy to think of swimwear and summer outfits. During the winter months, the weather is pretty mild, and t-shirts and shorts are perfect during the daytime. Nighttime, however, can get a bit chilly. A night out on the town during cooler weather requires an appropriate wardrobe. As you begin to browse your closet (or shop for new threads) in anticipation of your trip, here are some things to keep in mind.

Dont Sacrifice Comfort for Style

Don't sacrifice comfort for style

A key to looking good is feeling comfortable in your clothes. Selecting an outfit for a night out can be challenging since the temperatures often quickly drop as the sun goes down. You will want to incorporate style, comfort, and warmth in your choice of nightlife attire. Two essential things to take into consideration while getting dressed are your outerwear and shoes.

Your outerwear certainly can polish off your look, but it also needs to keep warm. A lightweight coat or a blanket scarf are popular choices. Consider a blanket scarf with a belt that chinches at the waist, and your look will stand out.

A pair of great shoes can pull the entire outfit together. Make sure your shoes fit well, and choose a heel height that is complimentary but also allows you flexible mobility.

Night Out at a Show

Night out at a show

One good thing about spending an evening at a show or entertainment venue is that you will be inside. This allows for a fun and relaxing evening--where you dont have to worry about staying warm. A casual outfit will work well for a low-key night. Consider a pair of dark jeans with a blouse, paired with flats or ankle boots. This look is simple yet attractive.

Night Out at a Restaurant

Night out at a restaurant

If you are heading out to a fancy dinner with friends or family, fine dining calls for a polished look. While there are a few ways to achieve this particular style, the best choice is wearing tailored pieces. For instance, a suit with a patterned blouse or a blazer and tailored pants are great choices. Alternatively, a casual dress would work..
If fine dining isnt your destination, a relaxed dinner with friends or family can be a perfect time for a pair of jeans and a cute t-shirt. To make an otherwise simple outfit turn stylish, pair with dressy shoes, and add some jewelry for a personal touch.

Night Out for a Business or Company Party

Night out at a company party

When attending an annual company party or festive business engagement, your goal is to keep an image that reflects your professionalism yet also shows your personality and own sense of style. A strategic blend of smart and casual attire is the best option.

To achieve this cute and practical look, pair well-fitted casual clothes such as jeans and tees or Polo shirts with classic blazers, cardigans, or stylish sweaters. Together, youve got a timeless, classy outfit that mixes business with pleasure.

Whether youre headed to a fancy restaurant, indoor entertainment show, or a casual dinner with friends, dressing the part is an essential part of going out while on vacation. Hopefully, these few fashion tips will help you be both stylish and comfortable during the cool winter nights in North Myrtle Beach.

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Down the Memory Lane of North Myrtle Beach - A Brief History of Shag
Posted by SSM | Tuesday, November 19, 2019


Down the Memory Lane of North Myrtle Beach - A Brief History of Shag

Shag Dance
Image courtesy DiscoverSouthCarolina.com

Few things spark nostalgia and represent the golden days of North Myrtle Beach like Shag music and dancing on the beach. Many generations born and raised across the Coastal Carolinas have great memories that include the sandy oceanfront, populated piers, laughter, music, and lots of dancing.

For almost a century now, the iconic Shag dance has flavored the culture of North Myrtle Beach with its catchy rhythm and cheerful, imaginative steps. When you go out on the town in our fun-loving city, you're hard-pressed to find anyone who loves dancing who is not familiar with the official State dance. Furthermore, they'll probably be happy to break out in dance for you and give you a lesson. That's just how fun and friendly the Shag culture remains here in North Myrtle Beach.

The long history of the Shag is a bit of a mystery. No one knows for sure its unique and specific roots, and the ideas vary; some theorize it comes from Africa, and others have presumed it to be of European lineage. No matter its origins, it certainly became an iconic staple across the beach towns in North and South Carolina beginning in the 1940s.

At a time when segregation was in full force, and cultural norms were a far cry from what they are today, the Shag was a joy across the Carolinas that was relished by all along the beach.

"The sheer power of the emotional appeal of music brought the races together," says Dino Thompson, life-time Myrtle Beach resident and an original South Carolina Shagger. "Black and white, rich and poor, jumped the rope and came down from the balconies to share the music and memory."

Shag Dance Old image
Image courtesy SouthernLiving.com

At the time, the six-count, eight-step dance was known as the Carolina Shag. Over the next couple of decades, the Shag gained significant popularity and began to draw multitudes of visitors to the coast who traveled to participate in large gatherings, Shag dance-offs and community events. One of the most popular spots for friends to gather and dance was at the Roberts Pavilion here in North Myrtle Beach.

The music that became synonymous with the Shag is the result of a truly unique collaboration of talents. As Motown gained popularity, several individual artists and blues performers loaned their music to the development of the particular sounds that made Shag music so memorable and unmistakable.

In 1984, South Carolina designated the Shag as the official state dance. This cultural milestone not only honored the distinctiveness of our state but today still celebrates the art that continues to give South Carolina and North Myrtle Beach - timeless life and character.

By the early 2000s, nearly a million people across the country considered themselves Shaggers, many of whom make up the Society of Stranders and the Association of Carolina Shag Club.

The Shag has been recognized numerous times across pop culture and was memorialized in the title of the Alabama hit, "Dancin', Shaggin' on the Boulevard." In the 90s, the song peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard chart and secured a number one spot in the hearts of many.

Today, the Shag remains a fundamental aspect of the dance culture across North Myrtle Beach.

Whether you're visiting on vacation or just passing through, take a chance, and learn something new. Grab your dance partner and get ready to make cherished memories as you hit the town and the dance floor.

Fat Harold North Myrtle Beach

Visit one of our great Shag venues for a guaranteed enjoyable experience:

Join us in our element on the dance floor and watch as the heart of North Myrtle Beach beats to the rhythm of the Shag!

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Best Historical Sites to Add to Your Bucket List While Vacationing in North Myrtle Beach
Posted by SSM | Wednesday, November 13, 2019


Best Historical Sites to Add to Your Bucket List While Vacationing in North Myrtle Beach

While its most often sunny days at the beach that calls visitors to the coast of beautiful South Carolina, there are numerous other places to find beauty here in North Myrtle Beach. From sight seeing opportunities to local historic landmarks and original beach music powerhouses, we invite you to take some time to experience one of the great local hot spots below. We truly feel a visit to one or more of these places which are so unique and special to our city will help you develop an encompassing appreciation for the city of North Myrtle Beach.

North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum

North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum

www.northmyrtlebeachmuseum.com
799 2nd Ave. N
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 427-7668

Although its a relatively new landmark, the North Myrtle Beach Historical Museum is a result of years of hard work and planning from local businessman Dick Hester, with help of long-time residents. Opened in 2013, the museum boasts an impressive collection of memorabilia, photographs, and exhibits which preserve the rich history of North Myrtle Beach, while also celebrating its modern day culture.
Since its opening, this North Myrtle Beach house of history has become a must-see for tourists who come from near and far. The collection of exhibits and events encompasses our neighbors from Loris to Longs, and Ocean Drive to Little River. Stop by and see; there is so much history to learn about this beautiful coastal region of South Carolina.

Ocean Drive Pavilion

Ocean Drive Pavilion

www.odpavilion.net
91 S. Ocean Blvd.
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29598

The original club to be at for a night on the town! The Ocean Drive Pavilion is the resurrection of the historical Roberts Pavilion, originally built in 1936 before Kings Highway was even paved across the Grand Strand.
This landmark was the hot spot to be in the 1940s and 50s, full of drinks, fun, beach music, dancing, and laughter complemented by the crashing of the ocean waves and beautiful sunsets.
After Roberts Pavilion was destroyed by Hurricane Hazel in 1954, Ocean Drive Pavilion was erected shortly after, using salvaged timbers and the same foundation as its predecessor. New building, same historic value and sense of nostalgia for those who remember the good old days.
Today, even though decades have passed, not much has changed at the old OD Pavilion. Its still a great place to enjoy live music, walk the boardwalk, get together with friends and celebrate the night away with the spirit of all who danced before!

Fat Harolds Beach Club

Fat Harolds Beach Club

www.fatharolds.com
212 Main St.
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-5779

Appropriately (albeit not so eloquently) named after its founder, Fat Harolds is a classic stop to make while out on the town here in North Myrtle Beach. Both visitors to the dance club and friends of the late Harold Bessent (Fat Harold) rave about the long-standing hot spot and its easy going atmosphere, great music and loyal regular clientele.
The club has won the Best Beach Music Club award for 13 years straight and the popular dance spot has been around for nearly seven decades, still going strong after the founder and original owners passing in 2015.
Fat Harolds has a huge open dance floor which is shakin at any given time to the sounds of the jukebox or live band. Theres also a full-service bar, beefy menu, and youll find some the best Shag dancers across the Grand Strand!
If theres one night out you cannot miss while in North Myrtle Beach, its a night out at historic Fat Harolds Beach Club.

Cherry Grove Pier

Cherry Grove Pier North Myrtle Beach

www.cherrygrovepier.com
3500 N. Ocean Blvd.
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-1625

There are numerous piers across the regional coastline of North Myrtle Beach, but the Cherry Grove Pier is one with a sentimental feeling of small-town history behind the landmark.
The 985 feet structure was built in the 1950s (before North Myrtle Beach was its own city) and has become a staple of the Cherry Grove community since, attracting both locals and tourists as a result of its scenic beauty, fishing opportunities, and all around peaceful experience.
In the 1970s, the pier was renovated and upgraded to include an expanded tackle shop and new restaurant. Being able to walk the pier, take photos of friends and family looking down at the ocean, and then stopping for a bite to eat just a few yards away is a recipe for cherished memories while vacationing here in North Myrtle Beach.

Kings Highway

Kings Highway North Myrtle Beach

Chances are, sometime during your visit to the Grand Strand, youre going to find yourself traveling down Kings Highway, one of the major routes used daily by commuters across North Myrtle Beach.
When youre driving down this seemingly typical road, we encourage you to close your eyes (but not if youre in the drivers seat!) and imagine 300 years ago. This area of travel, which would later be named Kings Highway, was part of a passageway that stretched 1,300 miles, from New England to Charleston! In fact, the Georgetown Highway (as it was originally named) was one of the first USPS mail carrying routes.
Of course at the time, the highway wasnt much of a road at all; it was unpaved, sandy and often difficult to navigate. That didnt stop it from being a popular means of travel, and even George Washington himself used the passageway for his travels in the late 1700s.
Kings Highway was officially paved in 1940, finally becoming a concrete piece of North Myrtle Beachs fascinating history.

We hope youll take a few hours during your vacation to experience some of the rich history and popular places of celebration here in North Myrtle Beach.

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5 Great Fitness Facilities for Working Out While Vacationing in the North Myrtle Beach Area
Posted by SSM | Tuesday, November 5, 2019


5 Great Fitness Facilities for Working Out While Vacationing in the North Myrtle Beach Area

Most of us look forward to vacation in order to take a break from our typical day-to-day schedules, routines and responsibilities. Theres nothing like not punching the time clock and officially transitioning to ocean time, depending on nothing more than the sunrise and sunset to determine your plans for each day.
One thing that often remains imperative--whether at home or on vacation--is getting in a good workout. Since working out is a hobby thats not only enjoyable but beneficial to your health, theres absolutely no reason to have to skip it during vacation.

Whether you prefer weight lifting, cardio (dancing or spinning), or want to use a pool for your favorite aquatic exercise, you can find what youre looking for at the beach.
Once youre settled into your Thomas Beach Vacations property, hop on over to one of these gyms or fitness centers and get in that workout before diving into the rest of the fun North Myrtle Beach has to offer.

North Myrtle Beach Aquatic and Fitness Center

https://afc.nmb.us

Aquatic and Fitness Center - North Myrtle Beach

Located just minutes from the oceanfront, the Aquatic and Fitness Center is the perfect all-in-one facility to pencil in your favorite workout. As the name implies, its a great place to find weight machines and water fitness classes, but the center also offers recreational and leisure programs. Here, youll find a sauna and hot tub, basketball and racquetball courts, and more.

The Gym 24

http://thegym24.com

The Gym 24

Anyone who loves a good workout and has a busy schedule knows the value of a 24-hour gym.

Accessible seven days a week, every hour of the day and night, this gym offers varieties of the latest strength training and cardio equipment. Theres an old school vibe the regulars rave about, and the gym has excellent reviews from tourists who commit to return next time. No membership is required, as they offer drop-in prices during your vacation, making this place your home gym away from home.

Edisons Smart Fitness

https://www.edisonssmartfitness.com

Edisons Smart Fitness

Edisons Smart Fitness center specializes in cardio programs, making this a great option for those who prefer to skip weight training and run, dance or spin. This gym is another one thats open 24 hours, so its easy to fit in your workout around family plans. Theres a variety of classes, including Yoga and Zumba, and even ones specifically tailored for senior citizens.

CrossFit NMB

http://crossfitnorthmyrtlebeach.com

CrossFit NMB

What would a list of fitness centers be without a CrossFit location?

North Myrtle Beachs go-to CrossFit center is located at the Bingo Plaza in Longs, not a far drive from any of our Thomas Beach Vacations rental properties.

CrossFit is described as constantly varied, functional movements, and because its done at high intensity, routine is the enemy. If youve never given CrossFit a try, considering ditching your usual gym routine for the week and try something new.

LifeQuest Swim & Fitness

http://lqfitness.com

LifeQuest Swim & Fitness

LifeQuest Swim and Fitness is another option if youre looking for an aquatic and fitness center. Located in the Little River area, youll find group classes as well as senior-focused activities.

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Coffee Shops and Bookstores in the North Myrtle Beach Area
Posted by SSM | Monday, October 28, 2019


Coffee Shops and Bookstores in the North Myrtle Beach Area

One thing that makes the beach so appealing is the varied activities you can enjoy along with the breeze and sunshine. Time at the ocean can be spent playing sports, building sandcastles, jogging, or simply sitting still, breathing easy, and relaxing. Perhaps one of the most tranquil things to do is lie back and read a great book. The ambiance of the ocean view and sound of the waves crashing onto the shoreline can set the mood for diving into a book and engulfing yourself in your favorite story for a few hours.

After a while, you may find yourself needing a break from the sandy shore. That doesnt mean your peaceful quiet time has to end when you wipe off the sand. You can head into one of these serene coffee shops or bookstores for a little change of scenery.

Coffee Shops

Native Joes Scoop & Grind

Native Joe

801 Conway St., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 273-4939
This cool, laid-back Costa Rican cabana is North Myrtle Beachs only ice cream and coffee bar. What a combination.

Beach Dreams Market

Beach Dreams Market

817 2nd Ave N., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-4444
Stop by Beach Dreams Market to grab a cup of coffee or try one of its award-winning loose-leaf tea options. It also serves bagels, muffins, and more. While youre there, browse the collection of handmade natural skincare products.

Cafe de Paris

Cafe de Paris

4830 Hwy. 17 S., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 281-0701
This adorable little caf provides organic tea and coffee, and they source ingredients for the menu items from local dairy suppliers and bakeries.

Main Street Cafe

Main Street Cafe

313 Main St., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 491-3567
All the great things youd expect from a good coffee shop: espresso, bagels, sandwiches, and soups. This caf is within walking distance to McLean Park--the location for many local events and activities.

Krave Bagel Bistro

Krave Bagel Bistro

1434 Hwy. 17 S. North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 427-7310
Krave sets itself apart with a unique style of baking of its signature bagels, making the Bistro well-known for providing the best and only true Northern style bagel at the beach.

Bookstores in the North Myrtle Beach Area

Coffee shops are a great place to grab a snack and read an engaging novel, but when youre all finished with the book (or two) that youve brought along for the day, hop on over to one of these bookstores for quiet time and a whole library of new reading material.

Bookends

Bookends

753 N. Main St., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29566
(843) 280-2444
A locally-owned bookstore, Bookends offers both new and used books. In addition, you can turn in your gently-used books toward store credit.

Beach Bookshop & Videos

Beach Bookshop and Videos

225 Sea Mountain Hwy., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 249-8400
In addition to movies for rent, Beach Bookshop & Videos offers books and novels of all kinds: classics, poetry, science fiction, biographies and more, including collectibles and antique books.

My Sister's Books

My Sister's Books

13057 Ocean Highway, Unit C, Pawleys Island, SC 29585
(843) 235-9618
Appropriately named after being founded by two Veteran sisters, this store is a post-Naval career dream come true. Here youll find a collection of over 43,000 books featuring many local and regional authors, as well.

Litchfield Books

Lichfield Books

1421 Ocean Hwy., Fresh Market Commons, Pawleys Island, SC 29585
(843) 237-8138
This family-owned bookstore takes pride in housing a major eclectic collection of books, and it even has a room strictly for children to read, learn, and play. It also stocks a wide selection of greeting cards, stationery, blank books, puzzles, calendars, and other unique shelf items.

Barnes & Noble - The Market Common

Barnes & Noble

3346 Reed St., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
(843) 238-2917
Near or far from home, you can always count on Barnes & Noble to provide an endless array of books, and quiet nooks in which to read them.

Books-A-Million - Coastal Grand Circle

Books-A-Million

800 Coastal Grand Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
(843) 448-9184
Your familiar book store chain, located right at the Coastal Grand Mall.

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